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During F.A.N. Club, we do a drawing from our attendees. Whoever wins, is our Featured Business in “Business Spotlight” This time, it was Bank 34. Located at 500 E. 10th Street. Open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Their Drive through is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. When we asked Bank 34 to tell us about their business, Melissa Esquero, Vice President and Director of Marketing at Bank 34 sent the following: “The spirit and rewards of standing independent are evident around us every day. Discovering a local bank that truly seeks to unleash the value and power of your creative ideas for family or business is far less certain. Standing the test of time and change since 1934, we have stood by customers who share the passion of individualism and innovation. Our genuine brand of customer care has been shaped by our own lessons learned from what it takes to remain independent and authentic in a world of large banks. The way you choose to bank with us may be changing at the speed of technology, but rest assured whatever choices you make, Bank 34 will always be true to the highest level of personal service. We’re proud to stand independent and feel privileged to help you do the same.”
Business After Hours for the month of March was hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Alamogordo.The Kiwanis Club of Alamogordo reported that this was a successful event and that they have gained 6 potential new members!
The Key Club from Alamogordo High School was in attendance as well as many chamber members and community members. Click here to learn more about what the Kiwanis Club of Alamogordo does. If you are interested in becoming a member or would like more information, please reach out to Caroline Boles with USA Insurance, (575) 439-9999. Join the Kiwanis tomorrow at noon at Peppers Grill for Student Recognition Day.
Food & Networking by Alamogordo Public Schools
F.A.N Club is the second Friday of every month. Bright and early at 8:00 a.m. we all gather at Margo’s Restaurant to enjoy a presentation from our sponsor and breakfast with our fellow community members. F.A.N. Club in March was hosted by Alamogordo Public Schools.
They spoke about the Two Mill Capital Improvements Levy and the Importance of Voting. If you were not able to make F.A.N. Club to hear the presentation, APS is hosting their final community forum this Wednesday, April 3rd, 6 p.m. at the Alamogordo High School Library.
Save the Date
Please join us for Membership Orientation, Monday, April 15th from 11 to 1:30 pm.
We encourage new and existing members to attend. Learn how to use Chamber Master, Learn more about the Chamber and meet your fellow chamber members. For more information please email Brittani Gandy at email@example.com.
Superintendent Jerrett Perry and team will be hosting their final community forum on April 3rd. Located at the Alamogordo High School, this forum will be at 6:00 p.m. Please Spread the Word.
If you have not received your ballot yet, please contact the Otero County Clerk’s office at (575) 437- 4972 to get a replacement ballot.
Remember the last day to vote is April 9th.
With new regulations, each food establishment must have a Certified Food Protection Manager. In order to become a Food Protection Manger, one must complete the course and sit for the exam. In response to this, NMSU-A, in coordination with Chamber and McDonalds, will be proctoring the Food Protections Manager Certification Exam 4 times in the coming weeks. Register today!
Ambassador Board Meeting Recap: The meeting was held on February 15, 2019.
Present at the meeting were 4 Officers and 11 Ambassadors. Michelle Gill Reported that there are 365 active business members, 78 nonprofit members, 58 individual members, bringing a total to 501 memberships.
GB Oliver and Barbara mick reported that the State of the Union Banquet brought in $37,000. They discussed Sip Into Spring and change of Command. No Ambassadors of the month. Tiffany Thompson Presented the Ambassadors with a Valentines Candy gift as a thank you for being supportive. Total AAA visits for January were 4. Way to go Kristy Ryan and Phillip Guiterrez! Cindy Dias discussed Goodwill Trips with GB Oliver and the history of them.